Employees from the A.T. Still University Dental School in Mesa will be at the Dorothy Nolan Senior Center on Tuesday, August 1st and 15th. By calling ahead and scheduling an appointment, patients receive needed dental services, based upon income. Those interested in this service provided at the senior center, can call (480) 248-8178.
Join us at the center on Thursday, August 3rd at 10:45 a.m. to learn more about the Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP). This is a federally-funded program that offers nutrition education to limited-resource families and children. Obesity, poor health, and limited physical activity are major health concerns. Research shows that better health is associated with reduced health care costs and less dependence on emergency food assistance. There is no charge to attend and hear valuable, healthy information.